Clemson notes

Stephone Anthony, Corey Crawford returning for Clemson football team

From Staff and Wire ReportsJanuary 9, 2014 

Orange Bowl Football

Clemson Tigers linebacker Stephone Anthony (42) celebrates with defensive end Corey Crawford (93) and linebacker Quandon Christian (34) after Anthony intercepted a pass thrown by Ohio State Buckeyes quarterback Braxton Miller during the second half of the Orange Bowl NCAA college football game, Saturday, Jan. 4, 2014, in Miami Gardens, Fla. Clemson defeated Ohio State 40-35. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)


— Clemson’s leading tackler, Stephone Anthony, and seventh-leading tackler Corey Crawford announced Wednesday they will return to Clemson for their senior seasons.

Both were starters on Clemson’s defense that led the nation in tackles for loss.

Anthony’s 131 tackles were the most by a Clemson player in 10 years, when Leroy Hill had 145 in 2003. He ranked second on the team in tackles for loss with 13.5 and added four sacks and an interception.

Anthony led Clemson in tackles in seven of the 13 games this past season.

Crawford finished the season with 52 tackles, including 10.5 that were behind the line of scrimmage. He also added three sacks and four passes deflected. He led the team in quarterback pressures with 16 and had an 18-yard interception return against Georgia.

Crawford started 12 of the 13 games this year.

Wyoming on schedule

Clemson and Wyoming have scheduled a football game to be played at Clemson on Sept. 18, 2021. It will be the third time Clemson has faced a team from the Mountain West Conference. Clemson has played UNLV and Utah State previously.

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